Ricky Schroder To Direct TelluRide's Debut Video
April 20, 2009 at 1:57 PM (PT)
AMERICAN ROOTS/QUARTERBACK group TELLURIDE will head to LOS ANGELES this week to begin shooting their first video, for their debut single, "Pencil Marks." The video will be produced and directed by actor/director RICKY SCHRODER.
SCHRODER is no stranger to Country music; he won a CMA (COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION) AWARD in 2004 for directing the video for "Whiskey Lullaby," sung by ARISTA's BRAD PAISLEY and ROUNDER RECORDS artist ALISON KRAUSS. He also starred in the video as a soldier returning home from war.
Country great BILL ANDERSON co-wrote "Whiskey Lullaby," and ANDERSON's manager, LEE WILLARD, (who also happens to manage TELLURIDE) met SCHRODER on the set of the video. After the two stayed in touch, SCHRODER became a fan of TELLURIDE after hearing their music and seeing them perform live.
For more on TELLURIDE, visit www.tellurideband.com.